On Friday morning, parts of Buchanan’s Liberian Government Hospital were burned by fire.
After several boxes of medical supplies were confiscated at a security checkpoint in Grand Bassa, authorities have finally charged four suspects.
Amid reports of shortages of drugs at health facilities across the country, police in Grand Bassa have confiscated a large consignment of drugs and other medical supplies at the Owensgrove checkpoint.
Rep. Matthew Joe of Grand Bassa’s third district has donated a 32-seater bus said to be worth US$85,000 for students’ use in commuting to school.
In Grand Bassa’s fifth electoral district of 27,000 people, there are a few health facilities operated by the government, the Catholic Church, and Equatorial Palm Oil company. However, a persistent lack of drugs at those facilities – particularly at the government-owned ones – often forces residents to travel long distances.
In an effort to strengthen the justice system of Liberia, the Association of Female Lawyers of Liberia has launched a new legal aid clinic in Grand Bassa.
The National Fish Farmers Union of Liberia has announced plans to construct three storage facilities across the country.
Alumni of the Mandela Washington Fellowship and the Young African Leaders Initiative program have completed a three-day international post-elections conference in Buchannan, Grand Bassa.